'The Sisters Brothers confirms deWitt as one of the most talented young writers around' --Sunday Times
'Superb ... deWitt has ensured another unforgettable pair their place in fictive lore' --Sunday Telegraph
'so good, so funny and so sad' --Irish Times
`A stylistically impressive, darkly comic reworking of the traditional western' --Metro
'A witty noir Don Quixote ... A blackly comic fable about emptiness, lonliness and the hollow lure of gold'
'gripping and heart-wrenching' --Guardian
`Wonderfully funny and original' --Spectator
'The Sisters Brothers is intermittently moving, consistently very funny, and above all, original' --New Statesman
'A powerfully realized work ... the dialogue is sharp as a whip' --Times Literary Supplement
'A masterclass on the twists of the mind and heart'
'A stunningly accomplished book ... deWitt is on his way to greatness' --Dazed & Confused
`Bursting with vitality and driven along by a terrific pulpy energy' --Herald
'A lyrical homage to the classic western ... this has the makings of a cult outrider' --Time Out
'deWitt's book is inventive and has a smart line in dark humour' --Observer
`Extremely well written and very funny' --Big Issue
About the Author
Patrick deWitt's first novel Ablutions was a huge critical success. Born in British Columbia, he has also lived in California, Washington, and Oregon, where he currently resides with his wife and son.